El Templete


This Restaurant takes its name from its proximity to the monument, built in 1828, recalls the founding of the town of San Cristobal de La Habana in 1519. Blessed by the celebrations of 2004, when the town of San Cristobal de La Habana fulfilled its 485 years, reopened its doors this property with the intention of reviving the fishing tradition in the same environment for decades. Delicious dishes based on fish and seafood prepared by Spanish chef José Carlos Castillo, make the select menu Temple, known for its high quality service, with the advice of the Catalan Jordi Escarra.

Against Havana Bay and adjacent to the restaurant La Barca, The Templete has become one of the best in town, not only for the excellence of its services, but also for its privileged location, close to the Castle Museum of the Royal Force and the Plaza de Armas, the city's founding space.

Open Hours: 12:00 m. - 12:00 p.m.

Location: Old Havana

Address: Avenida del Puerto, corner to Narciso López

Phone: (537) 866 8807